Our Technology

We use the latest technology to offer effective solutions

With foot and back pain, many people make an incorrect self-diagnosis. Be kind to yourself and see a specialist for an evaluation. It is best to address an issue before it worsens or becomes chronic. The Doctors of Podiatric Medicine at our clinic use the latest technology in the field to offer simple and effective solutions for foot-related pain that can have a major impact on your quality of life. They will perform a complete evaluation, diagnose the problem and provide a range of treatment options.

The Orleans Dynamic Foot Clinic is the first clinic in Ontario to use CryoVizion technology which has proven its effectiveness over the past 10 years in Quebec. The CryoVizion digital imaging system “visualizes” the feet and body to reveal posture imbalances related to a patient’s foot alignment. A 3D scan is then taken and sent to a special facility where the custom orthotics are made. Scans are kept on file for future reference and result assessment. CryoVizion is an advanced and non-invasive diagnostic tool that provides a deeper understanding of a patient’s lower body and allows us to create an optimized fit for your orthotics.

Another tool we offer our clients is Theralase cold laser therapy. It is an extremely effective, non-invasive treatment for pain and inflammation that helps stimulate healing and tissue regeneration.

We also offer X-rays to identify and diagnose foot problems.


The SWISS DOLORCLAST method uses single acoustic pressure waves, called shock waves, to treat musculoskeletal and dermatological conditions. Based on technology and clinical proof, the SWISS DOLORCLAST Method is:

• Fast and effective

• Clinically proven

• Non-invasive and requires no medication

The device is used for treating soft tissue pain near bones, myofascial pain syndromes and wound healing lymphedema and to treat cellulite with EMS SWISS DOLORCLAST method. Radial Shock Wave Therapy (RWST) has revolutionized pain management in orthopedics and is a confirmed technology in aesthetic dermatology. Treatment is performed on an outpatient basis. In pain management, RSWT is usually applied in three to five treatment sessions, each one week apart. Approximately 80% of all patients report a substantial improvement after the second treatment session. According to the most recent studies, this is a positive sign for the prognosis of the treatment outcome.

• The application settings outlined in the manual (handpiece, applicator, number of sessions, number of impulses per session, frequency, air pressure) are non-binding recommendations. They are based on reports by RSWT experts published in scientific literature and presented at international congresses. The patient is at the center of the treatment. His or her biofeedback is essential to find the painful area and to set the air pressure just below the pain threshold.

Product Description

The DOLORCLAST Radial Shock Waves system generates clinically therapeutic pressure shock waves. The pressure shock waves are generated ballistically in the handpiece from a supply of compressed air from integrated compressors in the console. The pressure shock waves are delivered to the patient via the handpiece applicator. The device allows control of the pressure from 1-4 bar. Frequency up to 24Hz and the number of impulses for the treatment.

Intended use

The device has been developed for pain therapy. The DOLORCLAST Radial Shock Waves is intended for the application fields described below, provided the affected parts of the body (tendons, muscles, bones, ligaments, nerves and skin) can be reached by and safely treated with the radial extracorporeal shock waves.